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Meet the Executive Team at Store Space

When you choose Store Space for third party management, you’re partnering with a team boasting 40+ years of cumulative self storage experience. Our executive team has guided some of the most successful storage operators and been behind some of the largest self storage transactions in history. Our executives were key stakeholders in the iStorage portfolio sale for $700 million and the Life Storage portfolio sale for $1.3 billion. You can read more about our executive team's background below. To get more information about our third party management services, give us a call at (888) 500-8905 or request more information.

A Team Built on Success, Experience, and Proven Results


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Chris Harris

 

Chief Executive Officer

Chris Harris brings over 10 years of experience in self storage with expertise building institutional investor-quality real estate and operational platforms, with over $1 billion in combined transaction volume. Prior to founding Store Space, Chris was a key stakeholder and the Chief Executive Officer at iStorage before its $700 million sale to National Storage Affiliates (NYSE:NSA).
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Rob Consalvo

 

President and Chief Operating Officer

Rob Consalvo brings over 15 years of operational expertise and infrastructure development in self storage, as both an executive and President managing multi-state portfolios. Prior to founding Store Space, Rob was the President and CTO for Storage Rentals of America ("SROA"), and before that he was a key stakeholder in iStorage before its $700 million sale to National Storage Affiliates (NYSE:NSA).
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Stephen Sandecki

 

Chief Marketing Officer

Stephen Sandecki brings over 15 years of experience in self storage with expertise in strategic digital marketing, technology innovation and the development of proprietary software. Prior to Store Space, Stephen was the Director of Marketing at National Storage Affiliates (NYE:NSA), and was a key stakeholder in Life Storage before its $1.3 billion sale to Sovran Self Storage (NYSE:LSI).

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